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AIM This study aimed to investigate the prevalence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adult psychiatric outpatients. Moreover, comorbid psychiatric diagnoses in adults with ADHD were determined. Patients with and without ADHD were compared regarding DSM Axis I-II comorbidity and sociodemographic characteristics. MATERIALS AND METHODS(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of this study was to show the validity and reliability of the M-FAST Turkish Version. METHODS Translation and back-translation of the M-FAST was done, then the M-FAST Turkish Version was created with linguistic equivalence. The study was performed with 97 detainees and convicts sent from penal institutions who were internalized at our(More)
OBJECTIVE The size of the elderly population is growing rapidly in Turkey. We aimed to characterize geriatric psychiatry consultations to obtain the characteristic pattern of these patients for further interventions. METHOD A retrospective chart review was undertaken for each patient. RESULTS One hundred and sixty-six patients with a mean age (+/- S.D.)(More)
Objective: In this study the potential connections among submissive behavior, severity of positive and negative and depressive symptoms of schizophrenia are investigated in inpatient schizophrenic women prior to discharge. Method: 62 consecutive female inpatients under treatment for schizophrenia diagnosed according to DSM IV were included in the study.(More)
OBJECTIVE The study is done to investigate the predictive variables of malingering among arrested/convicted cases and the clinical characteristics of malingerers. METHOD The study includes 70 arrested/convicted male cases internalized for their treatment. Aform to collect clinical or sociodemografic data, Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Disorders(More)
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most effective treatment modalities for social anxiety disorder (SAD), showing a high level of clinical evidence supporting its effectiveness. On the other hand, lack of the desired benefit from this treatment in some patients causes continuation of the search for new techniques. Recent research studies have(More)
INTRODUCTION Due to disabilities caused by the disease and the requirement of dialysis, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) is frequently comorbid with psychiatric disorders, adversely affects quality of life, and causes significant sexual dysfunction (SD). We aimed to investigate the psychiatric comorbidity, quality of life, depression and anxiety levels, and(More)
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